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Essay heading: Musee des Beaux Arts
 
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Auden's poem "Musee des Beaux Arts" gives a simple, yet accurate description of the Brueghel's painting "The Fall of Icarus. The way the poet describes the painting would make it easy for anyone who hadn't seen the painting to understand the scene being depicted. This poem seems to me to be depressing in a way because it appears that Auden has come to a realization that people don't care or don't take the time to notice when someone is suffering or when someone has died...
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Auden's poem "Musee des Beaux Arts" gives a simple, yet accurate description of the Brueghel's painting "The Fall of Icarus. The way the poet describes the painting would make it easy for anyone who hadn't seen the painting to understand the scene being depicted. This poem seems to me to be depressing in a way because it appears that Auden has come to a realization that people don't care or don't take the time to notice when someone is suffering or when someone has died...
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